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"In central southern England, for example, where hillforts and settlements abound, until recently burials were mainly limited to occasional inhumations in pits within settlements or fragmentary human remains, found scattered, apparently arbitrarily, in pits and ditches, but seldom constituting a formal cemetery. Despite abundant settlement evidence, the dead were strangely elusive." Image: The Wandsworth Shield, Iron Age shield boss in La Tène style, British Museum, Room 50 by Johnbod…

The Wandsworth Shield- The circular bronze Iron Age shield, discovered in the River Thames in The Wandsworth Shield, Iron Age shield boss in La Tène style, British Museum, Room

Aston mirror; British Museum, London, UK  Iron Age, 50 BC - AD 50

Decorated bronze mirror Iron Age, 50 BC - AD 50 Probably from a cremation burial at Aston, Hertfordshire, England

“Wandsworth” shield, Ireland 2nd century b.c.

Wandsworth Shield La Tene Style, British Museum > A Celtic copper round shield found in the River Thames at Wandsworth in London sometime before It was created around the century BC.

Triskele brooch from Brough, Cumbria, UK. Originally tinned & enameled. Ca. 2nd century AD. Copyright British Museum

Three Triskele Brooches

Saxon Brooch Detail    Gilded Saxon brooch from Park Lane cemetery site, Croydon.

Saxon Brooch, Gilded Saxon brooch from Park Lane cemetery site, Croydon.

Iron Age Celtic Bronze Dragonesque Brooch    1st century BC . A large cast dragonesque brooch with La Tene style scrolled panels to the body and scrolls to the finials, the pin intact

An Iron Age Celtic Bronze Dragonesque Brooch - Century BCE. A large cast dragonesque brooch with La Tène style scrolled panels to the body and scrolls to the finials, the pin intact.

Moon-crown and moon-diadem motifs from early gold and silver coins of the Iceni, c. 50-40 BC

Moon-crown and moon-diadem motifs from early gold and silver coins of the Iceni, c.

ANGLO - SAXON RUNNING SPIRALS GILT SAUCER BROOCH

Anglo - Saxon Running Spirals Gilt Saucer Brooch Jewellery 024088 Photos and Information in AncientPoint

One of the most striking examples of La Tene  Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Britain.

One of the most striking examples of La Tene Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Gaul,

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…Age culture of European Celts. La Tène culture originated in the century bc, when the Celts came into contact with Greek and Etruscan influences from south of the Alps

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